Basic/Four Corporation Model 7250 terminal
cfox1 at cogeco.ca
Fri Dec 15 14:11:48 CST 2006
At 12:25 PM 12/15/2006, you wrote:
>In article <200612151205.kBFC5291006015 at hosting.monisys.ca>,
> "Dave Dunfield" <dave06a at dunfield.com> writes:
> > > Does anyone have experience with this company's stuff?
> > >
> > > I just got an odd terminal recently. "Collectible Microcomputers"
> > > doesn't have an entry for Basic/Four Corporation, but I did find a
> > > little information out and about on the net saying that they made a
> > > CP/M system with a business basic.
> > Indeed they did - I have the MAI Basic/Four S10 system on my web
> > page of you are interested in seeing one. Look under
> > "Non-S100 - CP/M" (send group I believe).
>Yep, that's the puppy I saw on the net. However, this terminal looks
>older than that. It has a funky keyboard with weird keys labelled I,
>II, III, IV! I am not sure yet, but I think they are the function
>keys that later in time would have been named F1, F2, etc. That
>machine depicted on your web site also appears to have a more standard
>keyboard configuration than the terminal that I have. I'll have to
>grab a snapshot of its keyboard and post a picture for people to see,
>but that will have to wait until the machine gets its initial
>inspection completed (open up, check for dates, examine technology,
>look for wiggy caps, etc.).
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